Donald Trump's Justice Department is headed back to the Supreme Court in an effort to piece back together more of Trump's tattered Muslim ban. Specifically, government lawyers asked the high court Monday to block a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling set to take effect Tuesday that exempted certain refugees with resettlement assurances from the ban. Politico writes:
The Trump administration is returning to the Supreme Court in an effort to overturn lower court rulings crimping the application of President Donald Trump's travel ban executive order.
Pressed by judges for evidence on why the Trump administration needed to reinstate a ban on immigrants and refugees, a DOJ lawyer could not come up with specifics. The post Justice Department Attorney Blunders Through Appeals Court ...
Donald Trump’s Muslim ban is back in court Monday, with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle hearing “ arguments about how broadly the ban can be implemented while both sides await a decision” from the Supreme Court, which ...
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday put a temporarily hold on limits imposed by a lower court on President Donald Trump's order barring most refugees from entering the United States.
The Department of Justice appealed part of a federal court decision ruling against the ban, ahead of the Supreme Court taking up the broader issue next month.